YOUR MISSION: ATTEND THE MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT #VUDUVIEWINGPARTY

JOIN Our IMF TEAM on 12/7 AT 6PM (PT)

 

 

Make some room on your prize shelf and stretch out your tweeting fingers, because  #VuduViewingParty is back with bigger stunts, awesomer prizes, and double – nay, triple – the impossibility courtesy of Mission: Impossible – Fallout.

 

Sync up with our worldwide network of sleeper agents (AKA Vudu fans) for a globe-trotting, terrorist-punching, motorcycle-exploding good time.

 

MISSION ACCOMPLISHABLE

 

 

We’ve got some truly spy-worthy prizes up for grabs this time around, from M:I branded merch to a signed poster and even actual movie props from the set, and getting access couldn’t be easier:

 

1. Get Mission: Impossible – Fallout on Vudu

2. Follow @VuduFans on Twitter

3. Watch and tweet along on Friday 12/7 at 6PM (PT) for fun facts, behind the scenes secrets, and the chance to win the exclusive prizes

 

Don’t miss out on the pulse-pounding party of the season. Report for duty by RSVPing on our Facebook event page, and we’ll see you there!

 

 

It’s a Deadpool party, who could ask for more?

… Everybody’s coming; leave your katanas at the door.

 

That’s right, we’re back – and your Friday is about to get filled with D. And prizes, lots of prizes. And, if you’ve seen our email promotions, maybe, just maybe, a special co-host. We think.

 

We’re hosting another #VuduViewingParty tomorrow at 7 PM (PT) for Deadpool 2 – the sequel to the first movie. We’ll start promptly at 7 PM (PT!), so get your superhero landings ready and RSVP now.

 

 

If you joined us last Friday for our Avengers: Infinity War #VuduViewingParty, you know you’re in for a good time filled with witty banter, trivia, and of course, a copious amount of prizes. Every winner will get a prize pack that includes all this goodness:

 

 

And one lucky winner will be lucky enough to take home this Juggernaut of a Grand Prize – and yes, that’s the actual painting used in the Deadpool Bob Ross trailer:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The best part? You can party with us from the comfort of your own home. So dress up (as your favorite X-Force-er – Vanisher anyone?), or dress down (full Winnie the Pooh?). We even got you a kinky, semi-naked, fully-wrinkly Wade Wilson paper doll you can also dress up – or down. We recommend down.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We know, right? It’s some of the most hilarious low-tech fun we’ve had in a while. So grab it while you can. Just be gentle. Because it’s paper. (Click either image for the full 7-page PDF)

 

Achieve maximum effort And join in 3 easy steps:

 

 

First, you need the movie. You can get it here however you like it – even in up to 4K UHD (Dolby Vision & HDR10). Don’t forget, 4K UHD comes with the ability to watch in HDX and SD for the same price! So, even if you don’t have a 4K TV yet, you can futureproof your collection by getting it in 4K now and still watch it in HDX.

 

Second, you should be a polite guest and RSVP here.

 

Third, you’ll need a Twitter account so you can follow us, @VuduFans, and join the conversation using #VuduViewingParty

 

Make it plus plus

 

And when you get HDX or 4K quality, you’ll also get the Super Duper Cut included! It’s got 15 extra minutes of fun jokes, gags, and inappropriateness. Oh my.

 

Or, if you’re feeling extra Michelangelo-y, you can even get an exclusive and arty Digital Movie Card at your local Walmart.

 

 

 

In Wolverine’s eyes, we are complete

 

 

Say anything about you want about their relationship, but you can’t talk about Deadpool without mentioning Wolverine. And it just so happens that you can cuddle up to Wade’s favorite clawed-companion – and his genetically-gifted friends – in X-Men: Days of Future Past (HDX), on us, when you link your Vudu account and Movies Anywhere.

 

So, if you haven’t linked already, you can get Deadpool 2, get the Super Duper Cut (requires purchase of HDX or 4K), and X-Men: Days of Future Past. Other terms and conditions apply, learn more here.

 

 

It’s a #VuduViewingParty and guess who’s coming

Hint: They’re still alive at the end of the movie

 

Just another Thanos Thursday

 

Marvel Studios’ AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR. Thanos (Josh Brolin). Photo: Film Frame..©Marvel Studios 2018

 

While Thanos is counting out half of the universe to wipe out, we’re counting down the hours to our next #VuduViewingParty. And we’re excited to say we’re only about 24-hours away from the end of the world as we know it, and we feel fine – because it’s going to be epic.

 

 

Tomorrow at 7:00 PM (PT) sharp (no one likes being late to the balancing of the universe), we’re kicking off our Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War #VuduViewingParty. And you’re going to want to join us because we’ve got a great movie, lots of fun trivia, and prizes worth their weight in Infinity Stones – and the Russo Brothers. Yup, first Tessa Thompson, now the Russo Brothers. How bow dah.

 

So if you haven’t signed up, hurry up and RSVP to watch Avengers: Infinity War with the directors themselves. All you need is Avengers: Infinity War (watch it in up to 4K + HDR!) and a Twitter account.

 

Check out our Infinity Bling

 

Avengers: Infinity War is a big movie, so we’re stepping up our game with some equally big prizes and prize packs. And more of them. So don’t worry, we’ll have plenty to go around. More so if you consider that half of you won’t be around to collect them by the end of the movie. (Come on, that’s not really a spoiler at this point.)

 

There are way too many prizes to list here, but we can show you a picture of some of them.

 

 

We can also tell you that we channeled Mantis to lull Funko and Hasbro into being prize sponsors so we can bring you some really cool Funko Avengers: Infinity War Pops and PEZ dispensers, and Hasbro action figures and Avengers Assemblers.

 

 

Billion Dollar Brothers

 

So who are Joe and Anthony Russo? Well, they have directed three Marvel movies (we’re not counting Avengers 4 yet) which, to date, have made a combined $3 billion worldwide. So, this ain’t their first rodeo. But their journey to Avengers: Infinity war was as much a journey as the 10-year long one that the Avengers themselves had.

 

 

Before Thanos, the Infinity Stones, the Avengers, and even directing “Cap,” they were starting out the way most filmmakers start out – by maxing out their credit cards for their first movie, Pieces.

 

However, Pieces caught the eye of Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney, who recruited them for the star-studded caper-comedy Welcome to Collinwood. Which, in turn, caught the eye of a studio exec who turned to them to direct the comedy, Lucky. But that was canceled after just one season. Which luckily (eh, eh) was on just long enough to gain one important fan, Ron Howard, who put them in charge of a little comedy show called Arrested Development. No big deal.

 

Along the way, Soderbergh was there to inspire them creatively, and eventually, to convince them to jump to big-budget movie-making – finally punching their Marvel Studios golden ticket to Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Civil War, and ultimately the Avengers-movies-that-could-end-all-Avengers-movies.